Croesi Traeth | Crossing A Beach
Starts from: Min-y-Don car park, Beach Road, Harlech
Sleep came and locked my eyes
And then I dreamed a marvellous world
A dance performance on Harlech beach
Margaret Morris was a dancer and she came to Harlech in 1919 to hold a summer school. Others join her in the beach-dream, amongst them film director Roman Polanski, who shot Macbeth on Black Rock sands; Meibion Glyndŵr’s incendiaries; the archangel Michael and other flying objects; and Ellis Wynne, the sleeping poet himself.
From the sands, you will see a new world, with the help of headphones and…a spying glass.
Please gather at least 15 minutes before the show start time – it will begin promptly. As the show is outdoors, please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. The show requires people to move from the car park to the beach and back and involves walking on paths and sand (some 500m in total).
The show is in Welsh and English
Supported by Arts Council of Wales National Lottery Funding, Creu Cymru, Ty Cerdd, Snowdonia Partnership Fund, Theatr Ardudwy and Gregynog Festival.
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